Creators can now download stats cards from the SoundCloud Pulse app , and quickly share a snapshot of plays, likes, reposts, and comments to any social media platform in a stylized package. Emerging and established creators on SoundCloud are achieving success everyday, and we know how important it is to be able to tout those accomplishments. This new update offers yet another way for creators to celebrate success, build connections, and your career on SoundCloud.
Each data point represents a person interacting with your work, whether they found you on SoundCloud or elsewhere on the web through shares or embeds of your tracks. The time period defaults to the last 7 days, but you can adjust that to reflect a variety of custom time periods by clicking the arrow next to the date range. The arrows at the bottom of the top section of the stats landing page enable you to easily go backwards or forwards through time. Hovering on the name of a track will highlight the portion of the graph that represents the stats for that track. When you click on a different stat total, the list of tracks will change to reflect information about the stat in question.
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SoundCloud Insights are a great way of understanding and measuring how your music or audio is received. If a listener is logged into their SoundCloud account, their plays will be tracked in real-time. If they are not logged in, their plays will be updated within 24 hours. All of this ensures your playcounts reflect real listeners, giving you the most accurate insights possible for your tracks. For more details on the breakdown of play insights we offer, please go here. Likes - Likes occur when you or a listener likes your track or playlist and saves it to their Collection to listen to again. Read more about Likes here. Reposts - Reposts happen when a listener reposts your track or playlist to their profile. Read more about reposts here.
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